Three artists have been chosen to create permanent murals on Cleveland’s new Innerbelt Bridge.
LAND Studios conducted a national search for art and chose three artists with ties to Cle — Cleveland native Natalie Lanese, Cleveland resident Eric Rippert and the team of Erin Guido and Peter Brock, who also have ties to the city — to adorn neighborhood underpasses with digitally captured murals.
The soon-to-be-beautified underpasses will be in Tremont and Cleveland’s Historic Gateway. Even though the bridge design didn’t live up to many Clevelanders hopes and dreams, some public art (from local artists) will be nice.
[Pictured: Art from Natalie Lanese, to appear at Ontario St.]
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